Econo Lodge Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Tis the night before flight, only 1 creature remain stirring, while the other is with wine and close to his sight blurring. Only 4 1/2 hours away... wait, this d@m- autocorrect on this new phone keeps leading thou words astray...anyway... the creature still packs to the husband's dismay. To be connived...or ...
... up so that was an interesting ride. Got to the bottom and there we hundreds of bikers and fisherman for the stream that we followed out of the park. So I headed north. Stopped for a burrito at a gas station and headed north, then cut over to Tennessee when I decided to just put in Laconia and head I that direction. About 5 I decided I had enough and looked for bed. Found it and just relaxed. It was a good ...
... in San Francisco. We already have tickets to visit Alcatraz, one of my favorite places, and I'm still trying to figure out what to do with our other day there. My parents will be there too, visiting from Colorado, so it will be a great trip. First I just have to get through a few more days of work. ...
... in Greenwood. Dean then drove us to the airport so we could start the process to get back home. We had ample time after clearing Customs to play a few games of Hearts. All of our flights were pretty much on time and uneventful. Margot and I were lucky to be on the side of the plane that wasn't dripping from the A/C. The flight attendant was giving the passengers wads of napkins to stuff in there. I'm ...
... the water almost motionless.
We stayed for a couple of hours watching a variety of fish, birds and the manatee.
We drove through downtown Tampa to the Henry B Plant Museum.
Henry Plant was a self-made millionaire with the desire for opulence in the sand of Florida. He personally invested over $2.5 million to build a hotel ...